Kaiser Chief's "Riot" song gets rapped by the Police Chiefs

Written by Steddyeddy

Friday, 26 August 2011

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The Kaiser Chiefs have caused, er, a riot, having decided to reissue their hit song "I predict a riot".

As a result of recent events in the capital, not to mention Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol (oops sorry, have just mentioned Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol) the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, immediately hit out at their decision, by stating a resounding "Cripes" followed by a resounding "Crikey". Some commentators even think he may have said "Blimey" as well.

However, by far the largest outcry has come from the Police Chiefs who are very concerned about the connotations of the re-release of "I predict a Riot" at such a sensitive time.

Superintendent Rozzer of the Police Chiefs was said to be especially disappointed. He said that they had held a meeting with the Kaisers only a few short weeks ago (although the weeks were no shorter than expected, seeing as they had 7 days in each) and they agreed that the Police Chiefs could release a rap version of "I predict a Riot" themselves.

He said that after all the trouble they had gone to to rearrange the song, record it and release it to the world to download illegally form file sharing websites, they were devastated to hear that the original was bring re-released by the originators.

Superintendent Rozzer (real name Frank Incense) said "Right. Innit. Know warra mean?", while the other members of the group were also said to be equally incomprehensible.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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